Memphis Tigers Guard Geron Johnson Putting Away Troubled Past

Geron Johnson

When Memphis Tigers head coach Josh Pastner announced on Aug. 30 last year that guard Geron Johnson was cleared to play, everyone knew it was a gamble that could be a hit or miss. After all, Johnson had become well acquainted with law enforcement since he […]

Influx of Big Men Huge For Memphis Tigers Basketball

Shaq Goodwin

In the third round of the NCAA Tournament, the Memphis Tigers met the Michigan State Spartans, a game they lost by over 20 points. The Tigers were more than talented enough to win the game, but there was one obvious problem: […]

Top 5 Players for 2013-14 Memphis Tigers Basketball Team

Memphis Tigers

Elite ’14 Recruit Cliff Alexander Sets Date For Memphis Visit and Others

Josh Pastner

Recruiting for the 2014 class is already firmly underway and many of the nation’s top prospects are beginning to set their official visits and trim down their list of schools in the running. One of the elite recruits who recently […]

College Basketball: Memphis Tigers Could Be Force If Michael Dixon, RaShawn Powell Are Eligible

Michael Dixon

The Memphis Tigers avoided a case of the Mondays this week with word that incoming freshman forward Kuran Iverson had been cleared academically by the NCAA to play for the 2013-14 season. After speculation that the cousin of former NBA […]

Memphis Tigers Hosting 2014 AAC Tournament is Big For City

Josh Pastner

On Tuesday, June 11, the newly formed AAC announced that the inaugural men’s basketball tournament would be held at FedExForum, where the Memphis Tigers have called home since the 2004 season. It was a surprising sequence of events, as many […]

After Much Turmoil, AAC Embarks On New Era With Positive Changes

NCAA

The past few years have been some of the craziest times the NCAA has seen in decades. Realignment has swept over the college landscape, with today marking the beginning of a new journey for many programs and conferences. The American Athletic Conference, once […]

Former Temple Owls Star Khalif Wyatt Joins Philadelphia 76ers Summer League Team

Khalif Wyatt

The NBA Draft can be baffling for many fans. For instance, players that were All-Conference selections and stars in college often go undrafted, while players like Lucas Nogueira from Brazil, who averaged just 5.4 points in 13.6 minutes per game last […]

College Basketball: Memphis Tigers’ D.J. Stephens, Adonis Thomas Go Undrafted

D.J. Stephens

The 2013 NBA Draft came and went, and to say it was full of surprises would be an understatement. The Cleveland Cavaliers shocked the world by taking UNLV big man Anthony Bennett, while Nerlens Noel, the favorite to be taken […]

Memphis, Louisville Rivalry Renews for One More Season

Memphis-Louisville

Sports have long been a staple in society. There are certain elements to each that sets one sport, league or team apart from the rest. For the NCAA, one of those aspects that sets it apart is the rich, deep-rooted […]

A Look at the AAC Contenders for 2013-14

NCAA

Memphis Tigers Freshman Austin Nichols Making Big First Impressions

Josh Pastner

Summertime, for most people, is a time to relax and enjoy the weather. For the Memphis Tigers men’s basketball team, it’s running suicides, lugging medicine balls through the sand and preparing for their first season in the newly named AAC, formerly the […]